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  • Hey, guys, give morning.

  • Okay, Before we start, can I show off my new jewelry?

  • Look at how cool.

  • It's really hard to film my own ears.

  • I hope you can see this right now.

  • But look, you know, cool.

  • This is it's just a clip on, so you don't need to have a piercing mirror.

  • I'm excited because I'm allergic to all metals, except for real gold and really silver.

  • So I can never go toe like H and M R Forever 21 get like, you know, cute, cheap jewelry.

  • But this company makes gold plated jewelry, so it's not insanely expensive because it's just like a little bit of gold.

  • But that means that people like me can wear it.

  • So this is like the first time of my life that I've been ableto wear cute in expensive jewelry and I'm super freak ID excited.

  • So thank you to rue Jam Bone for sending this to me.

  • They sent me a cute little box.

  • I get bricks here.

  • I think this cute little box of jewelry I got this one here is a little choker.

  • And then this is one necklace.

  • These two pieces here and hearing and look at how adorable the packaging is.

  • They put each piece and these cute little faux leather pouches.

  • I love that.

  • This is another clip on hearing I have my ears pierced, but just the lobes.

  • I have three piercings in the lobes, but this could clip on anywhere on your ear.

  • And I tried it like up on the higher part of that year, and it looked so cute.

  • It just fits, like, perfectly in the curve of your ear up there.

  • It's so pretty.

  • This is the last piece that I got and it looks like a constellation.

  • I'm not sure if it's based on an actual constellation.

  • If you know this one, let me know.

  • But I just love the asymmetrical placement of the gems and stuff.

  • I think it's so cute.

  • So yeah, check them out.

  • I'll link them in my description box.

  • If you are allergic to everything like me and you need gold, but you don't want to spend hundreds of dollars super recommend them.

  • Cat on your Yeah.

  • My God, I've never seen you sending a picture.

  • Yeah, you're to see Greg.

  • Oh, my God.

  • It's so here is a counting on TV with bunny ears.

  • How did I not notice that Intel?

  • No.

  • So Greg and I have about three or so hours together before he has to go to work.

  • So I asked my peach around family what we should flog about today.

  • So let's check out the pole.

  • I haven't checked the results yet.

  • All right, So 36% of you chose exploring random side streets that we've never been down before.

  • 19% of you chose.

  • Check out a ridiculously huge shopping mole and 44% the majority chose.

  • See what's for sale at a local street market.

  • So we're gonna go to we're gonna find local street market.

  • They're all over the place.

  • I'm sure there's one close by and we're gonna see you.

  • What's available there?

  • That's cool, because I haven't really been to any street markets except for like, the ones in Myung Dong.

  • I don't know if you can really call that.

  • It's a little different in a street market.

  • It's not like a local one.

  • It's more aimed towards tourists.

  • So it'll be exciting to see what they saw in a local one.

  • I'm going to make a quick pit stop for some lunch.

  • Rick and Phoebe and Bob and Greg is gonna get the BB.

  • And about this time you're not gonna get You're gonna try and give you okay?

  • Yeah.

  • Greg, gotta be being Bob.

  • Got the beef and mushroom one.

  • So it's just like mine, but incidental food has beef and mushrooms.

  • Yeah.

  • I hope you like it.

  • Yeah, that smells amazing.

  • We're both so hungry.

  • Okay, we're gonna eat this and we will see you after lunch.

  • Was good, Greg.

  • Like B B bugs.

  • Amazing.

  • You're gonna want to order that every time, right?

  • Oh, but different one next time.

  • Yeah.

  • Try a different one.

  • Uh, ladies, and they're so nice.

  • I love that restaurant.

  • So but this time they were like, boyfriend.

  • And then we're like, No, no friend waiting.

  • Create.

  • We don't wait for it, But she always liked.

  • Tries to talk to us in English.

  • I just wanted to give English, but then I tried to explain to her that my husband was Korean, but I couldn't remember the word for husband.

  • Um, so I was just like, husband hunger games.

  • Uh, she's a frightened.

  • She didn't understand.

  • I was like a kid on, uh, like marriage.

  • It took a while, but I finally like that there.

  • Lady in the back was like, Oh, she married a Korean guy.

  • Guy, guy.

  • They're friendly.

  • They're really love.

  • The food is so good.

  • Okay, so I have discovered that there is a street market nearby were super like me.

  • This is a walk for a little bit.

  • And apparently it's like one of the more famous street markets in Korea.

  • It used to be like one of the best ones, but I think they have other ones that are better now.

  • But that's cool that we got here by.

  • So it's called the jump.

  • She'll sit in my room market.

  • I'm gonna write back here.

  • Probably isn't It was good.

  • It was good, But so far there's lots of little shops on the street.

  • So I guess the market has already started here.

  • But according to Google, there's like this one street that's filled with little shop.

  • So for looking for that right now, so many people here it's busy.

  • It's a Friday, I guess people learn at work.

  • You're kind of cute little flower shop.

  • I want to buy a cactus.

  • I got you on them quickly.

  • Regretted.

  • I think I found it.

  • Yeah, This looks like I'm market.

  • Here we go.

  • Let's see what they have.

  • All those cute, small fish.

  • Well, they have lots of fresh seafood and kimchi they making over there.

  • Oh, that is, uh, Holden.

  • And, like, deep fried foods.

  • Lots of food.

  • Oh, I love those little race.

  • Max.

  • Have you tried this before?

  • No.

  • They're so good.

  • Really?

  • Like really good peanuts.

  • Lots of ingredients for cooking.

  • Yeah, I love those.

  • Like No, no, no.

  • They're like sweet Korean cookies.

  • Really?

  • Red chilies.

  • Look at all the chili.

  • There's so much food here.

  • I wonder if it would be cheaper to shot in a market like this.

  • First restore.

  • Probably.

  • I should probably try it one day.

  • Who?

  • Lots of veggies.

  • Let's look at the prices of veggies here.

  • All right.

  • What do we got?

  • How much are the whole box?

  • Oh, there's no price on it.

  • I guess.

  • You gotta ask.

  • Hm.

  • Oh, for this bag of cucumbers, it's too.

  • I think that's a 22 bucks for those is not much you saw.

  • It's two bucks for all those Inegi, which is a good place I want to know how much the whole buck are because I always buy those on defy.

  • I knew what the price of those were.

  • Then look at the sweet Greg looking all these all the traditional sweets, that is all those nursing nose before little stark accuse.

  • They do look like No, no, they're all moting.

  • A little heart one.

  • That's okay.

  • Ellicott comes from Nita says, Thank you.

  • I want to try some, but I'm not hungry.

  • Look at all the different kinds of mooching Who Koreans Swede.

  • So one pack is $2 for 10 sheets of seaweed noodles.

  • Noodles.

  • This is cognac.

  • It's often brown in Korea.

  • Do they eat this a lot with like a spicy me so paste.

  • It's really good.

  • She's making hope.

  • Talk sweet pancakes There.

  • It's all God about this sweet like syrup inside of them.

  • You remember you tried in Koreatown our way.

  • What was the other loser?

  • Baked these air fried in oil, and there's also a baked kind, so it's not as oily.

  • One that you are in Koreatown was the oily one that's like the original one.

  • But if you want, like a healthier version that you can get the big one.

  • Yeah, okay.

  • While they smell so good.

  • Look at all that temper.

  • So good luck.

  • That fresh.

  • That's Korean Melon.

  • Have you tried it before?

  • Fake birds make goods.

  • Oh, there's a queue.

  • Have you tried this before?

  • No.

  • Ah, it's Korean melon.

  • 15 15 for $10.

  • Did you judge Orange?

  • I want you to try this one, but I don't need 15 of them.

  • Talking Looking Bible High five.

  • Yes, they do look like small water moves.

  • I've never seen them before.

  • Try and get on.

  • Love this.

  • So our first official market, we're gonna bring these back to my house and I want to try them.

  • So these air called Korean melons only, like $1.

  • That's a lot cheaper, actually than all right there.

  • Right there.

  • Right there.

  • Everything's so different here.

  • You make your own real All these greens.

  • I guess it's written how much it costs on there.

  • It was a huge It's crazy how something's air, all the prices.

  • They're different from Japan.

  • Pull back.

  • It's so much cheaper here.

  • Next time, I'm gonna find a market close to my house and find my groceries there.

  • Cheese.

  • I had no idea that it would be such a big difference.

  • Gucci catch.

  • It's only $5 pretty.

  • You look a fresh lettuce cat store.

  • You guys, I was looking everywhere for a scratching post.

  • I couldn't find a cop store nearby.

  • My hose.

  • They sold them at street markets.

  • That's cool.

  • Dog clothes, little beds.

  • They've got pet food in there.

  • Who?

  • I wonder if they have the pet food that I get from that.

  • I heard that this little shop, Paul Palace, famous for their kills.

  • A tight foods.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • They're called Monday in Korean for nine.

  • Monday.

  • Oh, is about $4.

  • That is meat, meat, chicken, gin and, um, shrink.

  • Okay.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Sweet.

  • I love it Way.

  • Look like we're struggling with something.

  • Somebody will just come up to us.

  • To be like that means this are trying to help you.

  • Really cute.

  • Looks like we're almost at the end of the market now.

  • So mainly it was food, vegetables, lots of fresh seafood.

  • Couple of restaurants, some clothing stores, a couple of random stories like the pet shop.

  • That was cool.

  • There's a need to know about here.

  • There was a young store.

  • I guess that's about it.

  • So we're gonna head back to my place now and try out these Korean melons.

  • Greg thinks of them.

  • So inside it looks like this.

  • You're gonna scoop out the seeds.

  • It smells really sweet, so I hope that it's right.

  • I should have had one for us to see if it's rape or not.

  • Yeah, that's right, honey.

  • Do you like a honey do Marlon?

  • Mmm.

  • Sweet, but not super sweet that I have some nice melons.

  • Extreme market.